A popular spicy soup; hot and sour soup originates from China however versions of it can now be found across Asia including Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia.
A lovely hot and sour soup with authentic Thai flavours of coriander, fish sauce, chilli and basil. Use Thai basil if you can find it.
This delicious soup is made hot with chilli flakes and sour with white wine vinegar. It's a classic Chinese combination and not at all hard to make.
This is a central Chinese version of a hot and sour soup that will warm your heart and your palate without sending you on a hunt for ingredients.
This is a noodle soup with prawns, pineapple, soy sauce, lime and a hint of cayenne pepper. Break the noodles in half before cooking and garnish with fresh basil, if desired.
This Asian hot and sour soup has been taken to the next level with the cayenne pepper. This is a wonderful dish with a great balance of vegetables and meat.
This is a quick and easy Chinese hot and sour soup that includes tofu, bamboo, shitake mushrooms and cloud ear mushrooms in a rich chicken broth.
Fish stock it transformed into a slightly spicy and tad sour, hot and sour soup with button mushrooms and small green prawns. Garnished with spring onions.
As good as any Chinese soup you can get at a restaurant and very simple to make. The secret is to add the vinegar just before serving.